As CSz players, we use our improvisation skills onstage to make people laugh. Offstage, we teach today’s thought leaders how to use improvisation techniques in their work lives. We help you build communication skills to strengthen your work relationships—and innovation to take your work to the next level.
We call this Applied Improvisation.
Your Needs + Our Skills = Your Goals Met
CSz Milwaukee brings training and entertainment to businesses of all shapes and sizes. Anywhere. Anytime. We can show your employees how to apply improv techniques to their work to inspire creativity, enhance teamwork and encourage outside the- box, innovative thinking. CSz has delivered successful training to employees in an array of industries, from business execs to nuns, from lawyers to lumberjacks. We’ve been hired repeatedly by Fortune 500 companies. We offer vital information in a format that’s thoroughly entertaining and makes the discussion of key concepts both more resonant and memorable for your people. And that’s the goal—to give them a great experience that will bond them socially and empower them in their work capacity.
One more thing: We never forget the fun!
Don’t take our word for it. Check out this blog post on
UpWork.com titled “Comedy in Business: What Improv Can Do for Your Team.”
Here’s what our Applied Improv
clients have said:
“We are so grateful that you were able to come and lead your workshop! You were absolutely right that it was a perfect way to start off the retreat with positive energy and feeling good as a group.
We will highly recommend your program to our events team at the firm!”
“I loved every activity. They taught
me how to listen … the more I
listened the more I laughed!”
“It was so fun to get out of the office and do a team-building activity that didn’t feel like a ‘team-building’ activity. All the activities were unique and fun.”
“I loved learning ‘Yes, and.’ I was
nervous at first, but once I got it, it
was really fun!”
“Great energy, great relevant
activities. The workshop was well run. All the activities were accessible and valuable.”
“I came in as only a talker, but I left
as a very good listener, and I am very happy about that!”